Good day for Mitch Carr-Hilton at Sunnydale Men’s Sunday Golf

With 50 players, week #13 Sunnydale Men’s Sunday Golf on July 3 was a great day for Mitch Carr-Hilton taking low gross (hcp. 0-10) with a score of 68 followed by Tyler VanAnrooy 69 and Larry Ferguson 76.

Low gross (hcp. 11+) winners were John Barnsdale 77, Gerry Rautenberg 81, Rick Dawson 82, Wally Pettigrew 83 and Gavin MacLean 84.

Low net winners were Jules Urban 66, Clyde Levy 67, Jim Johnson 68, Murray Erickson 69, Kelly Mullock and Claudio Scavia 70 and Joel Gonyer and Damon Gaudet each with 71.

Skins (11+) payouts went to Jules Urban, Rick Dawson, Darrell smith, Gerry Rautenberg and Claudio Scavia. Pro Shop skins payouts: Mitch Carr-Hilton took five holes, Joel Gonyer and Tyler VanAnrooy one each and John Barnsdale with a low net 65 within the group.

KPs went to Rob Heron, Mitch Carr-Hilton, Gerry Koster, Rick Dawson and John Barnsdale. Jules Urban took the only Pot of Gold. Greg Koster’s Long Drives-Pro V1 winners were Thomas Drew, Corey Nickerson and Robin Ward.

Other sponsored hole winners were: 40 Knots Winery – Ed Podetz, Rob Speer Pro Shop – Wally Pettigrew, Subway – Rick Dawson, Marc & Beckie Club Caterers – John Barnsdale, Paradise Plants – Gerry Koster, and Daryl Robbins Accountants – Gerry Rautenberg and Dan Wood.

On week 16, the President’s Cup will be contested but it is also the final day of competition for the Midland Tool’s Cup. The race to watch is the seven players who are just 100 points out of the $1,000 prize pool that the top 15 players will share. The 15th spot is currently held by Keith McNeillie. Remember you earn points both on Sunday and Wednesday night.

We are only four weeks to our signature event, the Tillicum Open. You still have time to enter the biggest event at Sunnydale this year. Don’t miss July 30-31 – great food and prizes and downright fun. And you can use your Sunday credits towards your Tillicum entry fee.

 

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